An Overview of Issues in Psychometric Assessment
The notion that psychological variables influence physiological processes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) seems simple and straightforward, at first. Upon closer examination, however, this idea turns out to be substantially more complex. Indeed, it has several rather distinct facets, each of which warrants examination in its own right.
KeywordsSocial Desirability Psychological State Psychological Variable Dispositional Optimism Anger Level
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